This publication talks about some of the schools that are in Rutland County. A coIIection of diary accounts describing the Rutland school on 61 South Main Street describe the dingy and bare schoolhouse and its inhabitants, and in doing so, recreate an image of the life of students in 1895. A VermontBoyhood, by Thomas Emerson Ripley, describes his time in a "most awful brick structure." With quotes and pictures of a class and a football team, it's interesting to see what school once was. This issue also includes a cartoon depicting a football game between Rutland and West Rutland by William O'Neil that was published in the December 1932 issue of the "Green and Gold." The issue also contains a photo of the construction of the Longfellow School. This publication does a wonderful job showing what school days once were.